Three Dimensional Geometry
Two lines 1x−3=3y+1=−1z−6 and 7x+5=−6y−2=4z−3 intersect in point R. The reflection of R in the xy-plane has coordinates: (a) (2,−4,−7) (b) (2,4,7) (c) (2,−4,7) (d) (−2,4,7)
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